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This week is the 2019 U.S. Girls' Junior Championship!

2019 U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship

SentryWorld is proud to host the 71st U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship on July 22–27, 2019. The USGA chose SentryWorld as the first site in Wisconsin to host this prestigious event. Attendance is free and open to the public.

SentryWorld—Wisconsin’s first destination golf course—was developed by Sentry Insurance in 1982 as part of a sports complex that includes indoor tennis courts, banquet space, and restaurants. The 7,237-yard championship golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. In 2013, Jones returned to oversee a major renovation that increased the total yardage and upgraded nearly every feature of the course, including new tee boxes to create a greater variety of shots. The project was led by on-course architects Bruce Charlton and Jay Blasi.
U.S. Girls' Junior Golf Tournament
Who will emerge next?

Notable U.S. Girls' champions include a who’s who of World Golf Hall of Fame members, like three-time champion Hollis Stacy, winner of four major championships, including three U.S. Women's Open titles; Nancy Lopez, who won 48 LPGA Tour events over the course of her legendary career, including three major championships; and four-time U.S. Women's Open champion Mickey Wright, who won 82 times on the LPGA Tour, the second-most all-time. Current stars who won the championship include Inbee Park (2002), Lexi Thompson (2008), Ariya Jutanugarn (2011), and Minjee Lee (2012).

Winner earns invite to U.S. Women’s Open Championship
The U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship is open to female amateurs who have not turned 19 on or before the final day of the championship and have a Handicap Index® of 9.4 or lower. Since 2017, the champion has earned an exemption into the following year’s U.S. Women’s Open.